hAs normal, we start off the day quiet with nothing on the radar. Due to drier air surging from the north, we should stay like this for a while. I doubt it will get much hotter though. Most locations are starting the day off in the low 60s/low 70s. Most should warm up to the upper 80s today with a few clouds.
Football Friday Weather - Not much change. We should continue to be quiet and dry with comfortable temperatures. There could be an isolated shower or two hanging around... Just a small chance, though. We should have better details tomorrow. Temperatures should be in the middle 80s for the game.
Summit High School has a home game this Friday, taking on Mansfield High School (kickoff at 7:30 PM). The game should be played in Vernon Newsom Stadium in Mansfield outside. Right now, the weather looks like it will be dry for basically all throughout the game, and temperatures should remain for in the mid 80s.
Labor Day Weekend - Not much change. The European global model and the GFS continues to show dry air surging into the south, which will once again setup decent weather for all of the holiday weekend. It appears that all three days should see a mostly sunny sky with highs in the lower 90s with any chances for showers looking really low.
Harvey - Tropical Storm Harvey is producing lots of flooding issues for the southeast corner of Texas, where water rescues are now underway for this region. When Harvey moves to the northeast, things should improve for that area...
Invest 93L: A disturbance in the eastern Atlantic has basically a guaranteed chance of becoming tropical storm Irma during the next 48 hours. We currently do not know where it will ultimately end up, or if this will have any impacts on any part of the U.S. Coast. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.